Landmark Architects, P.C.

Landmark Architects is the architect of record for the Yale Acres project. Landmark is working with AEG to provide site planning and assist with project management of the Yale Acres project. Landmark is based in East Haven, Connecticut and provides planning design and interior design services to clients around the region. Over the past twenty five years the firm has worked on scores of buildings in the southern Connecticut market and well beyond the state’s borders. As members of the U.S. Green Building Council and with a LEED Accredited Professional on staff, Landmark is committed to the implementation of design practices that promote buildings which exemplify energy sustainability and elicit peak performance. Their clients are presented with progressive information on potential renewable energy sources, including the environmental and financial benefits of eco-friendly design.

Paul Pizzo, Landmark’s founder, has over 30 years of architectural experience with projects ranging from schools, hospital renovations and healthcare centers to theater renovations and industrial facilities. He also has extensive experience in the project management role where his skills in client interface, value design, and coordination of consultant efforts have been crucial to a project’s success. With his expertise in overall project coordination and specific knowledge of renovation projects, he is capable of quickly assessing project requirements and streamlining the process.
For more information on Landmark Architects, please visit their website

Landmark Architects

Project Highlight: Landmark Architects has recently completed the complete stripping and rehabilitation of 200 dilapidated town house style dwelling units called Pride and Progress Point located in New London, CT . The project is partially funded through the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) and the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD).

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